The final ratings are in for the UFC On FOX 11 event from this past Saturday night and show that an average of 2.5 million viewers watched the four-fight main card for a 1.6 household rating.

While the overnight figure of 1.99 million was the lowest seen for a UFC On FOX event so far, the final rating spares the UFC’s blushes a little as it doesn’t set a new low mark – beating out three of the previous one’s, though not by much.

The biggest positive ratings wise was the main event between Fabricio Werdum and Travis Browne pulling in a peak audience of 3.3 million for a 2.0 rating, while overall the show ended up tying for first place on the night in the coveted 18-49 demographic.

Meanwhile, the ratings for the prelims on FOX Sports 1 didn’t set the heather on fire either, with 521,000 viewers tuning in.

So, overall the numbers were a disappointment for the UFC’s latest outing on FOX, though it does fit in with a general trend of the audience being lower at this time of year due to not enjoying the benefit of having promo spots on the NFL broadcasts in the build-up to the show.

UFC On FOX Ratings So Far:

UFC on FOX 1: 5.7 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 2: 4.57 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 3: 2.25 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 4: 2.36 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 5: 3.41 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 6: 3.77 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 7: 3.3 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 8: 2.08 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 9: 2.41 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 10: 3.2 million average viewers

UFC on FOX 11: 2.5 million average viewers

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